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the candians that vere heard of eh

where they burried lepers, prostotues and actors

so in london now. leaving the day after tommorow...
thats so sureeal for me. just as surreal as comign to rome was
so gald ill be trvaeling again soon :)
anwyays london is very cool. ive seen the sites of course buckngham palace big ben trafalgar square tower of london etc. but of course once agan its all about the poeple. for starters i adore the britsish talk. the accenst are a give but even jsut the pharses, i feel like i dont speak there ensgih at all. but even there interetcaion with you. i get called love in the grocery store and darlin bysomeoen passing on the street. so soft and gentle.. fr the most part haha. my hostel i met some very inetertsing tourists. a chinese auzzie argentina cruasha inida sweden italy norway brazil and the funneist i think was a candian.. form quebec. really nt even cnaidna. there there own. so many differneces. even jsut small stuff leik they eat late art night liek 7 or 8 5 or 6 was carzy there schol is very sislmair to the france system they call lucnh dinner and when he was talkgni he asked the enisgh word. the poepel we were with thoguht that was crazy. espicaly wheni said eh and he said they dnt know that word use it in a snetcane. we ended in a group of rouf rthe indian swedish me and the quebecois for the day.me and some otehrs went out one night till 230 only then wanetd to make it back to the hostel but we got so last (even only a few bocks away) but we had sme dirnks and were so tired and didnt make it back till after 5 am. only to be woken o so gently by clanging bags and slammign doors at 830. :) earplugs, godo idea. im now staying with lilinas sister. a lady fomr the physio clicinc i wokr at. gotta love random connections ): for my last two days. and her duaghetr are 21 and 23 so were going to go out and get dressed up. im quite exicted for the use of a curling iron to say the least alright well i shoudl hed off see you all soo sooonnn

Posted by lindsianna 04:04

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